Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the United States

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the United States

Marist National Poll

Most Americans think the nation’s mix of races, ethnicities, and religions makes the U.S. stronger, including a little more than four in ten Americans who believe the nation’s differences make the United States a much stronger union. But, only 28% of Americans strongly support diversity, equity, and inclusion training for U.S. workers. This as a plurality of Americans say race relations in the United States have changed little over the last year, which is not perceived as a positive.

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